“HOW CHURCHILL WAGED WAR:” AN EVENING WITH ALLEN PACKWOOD

“HOW CHURCHILL WAGED WAR:” AN EVENING WITH ALLEN PACKWOOD

We celebrated with Allen Packwood, longtime Director of the Churchill Archives Centre at Churchill College, Cambridge, the U.S. publication of his book, “HOW CHURCHILL WAGED WAR: The Most Challenging Decisions of the Second World War.”

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“CHURCHILL – WALKING WITH DESTINY:” AN EVENING WITH ANDREW ROBERTS

“CHURCHILL – WALKING WITH DESTINY:” AN EVENING WITH ANDREW ROBERTS

We toasted Andrew Roberts on the American release of his new, critically-acclaimed biography, “CHURCHILL: WALKING WITH DESTINY.”

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REBUILD PENN STATION

REBUILD PENN STATION

New York City’s original Pennsylvania Station was America’s most august railroad terminal and one of the great architectural wonders of the world.

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“ALONE:” A READING BY MICHAEL KORDA

“ALONE:” A READING BY MICHAEL KORDA

We celebrated with Michael Korda the publication of “ALONE: Britain, Churchill and Dunkirk: Defeat into Victory.”

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“LAST HOPE ISLAND:” AN EVENING WITH LYNNE OLSON

“LAST HOPE ISLAND:” AN EVENING WITH LYNNE OLSON

We celebrated with Lynne Olson the publication of “LAST HOPE ISLAND: Britain, Occupied Europe and the Brotherhood that Helped Turn the Tide of War.”

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“CLEMENTINE:” AN EVENING WITH SONIA PURNELL

“CLEMENTINE:” AN EVENING WITH SONIA PURNELL

We celebrated with Sonia Purnell her new biography, “CLEMENTINE: The Life of Mrs. Winston Churchill.”

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“NO MORE CHAMPAGNE:” AN EVENING WITH DAVID LOUGH

“NO MORE CHAMPAGNE:” AN EVENING WITH DAVID LOUGH

We toasted David Lough on the U.S. publication of “NO MORE CHAMPAGNE: Churchill and His Money.”

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“THE MAN WITHIN:” AN EVENING WITH ALISON CARLSON & PHIL REED

“THE MAN WITHIN:” AN EVENING WITH ALISON CARLSON & PHIL REED

We celebrated with Alison Carlson the publication  of “THE MAN WITHIN,” joined by Phil Reed, Director of London’s Winston Churchill Museum, who contributed the book’s Foreword.

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